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He travels the world constantly in search of one-of-a-kind experiences, mind blowing food, and intriguing culture – and he describes his experience on Maui as “the most amazing in his 14 years of travel”. CNN’s travel show, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown came out to Maui as part of their episode, “The Hawaiian Side of Paradise”, […]

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What better way to celebrate World Oceans Day than join our Blue ‘Aina campaign for a day on the water, snorkeling and cleaning up the big blue? We had 46 dedicated individuals join us for our last Blue ‘Aina reef clean up on June 7th. Before even getting onboard, our ocean stewards got to it […]

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Though our most famous marine mammal here on Maui is the gigantic, friendly, acrobatic Humpback Whale – and for good reason- we are also so lucky to have many other marine mammals frequent our shores here in the Hawaiian Islands. Some of these marine mammals are endemic, meaning that they are found nowhere else in the […]

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Sailing has always been a way that humans have harnessed renewable energy to travel, to explore the seas, and to enjoy a thrilling ride. But is there a way to make boating even more environmentally friendly? Trilogy decided to take our commitment to sustainability a step further. We are excited to announce that we are […]

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Last weekend, Riley Coon, Trilogy’s Director of Operations and Kelly Montenero, Trilogy’s Marine Conservation and Education Director, got to learn about how to conduct a coral reef forensics assessment- finding out the “whodunnit” amongst the various threats that corals here in Hawai’i face. Organized by the Maui Nui Marine Resource Council Coral Recovery Team and […]

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It was great to see so many familiar faces and excited new participants for our Blue’Aina trip on May 17rd in Lahaina! We had 54 wonderful volunteers ready to help clean up our island and meet other like-minded folks in the community, and everyone was ready to enjoy a beautiful day and also give back. […]

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It was a busy morning on May 3rd in Lahaina! We had a boat filled to the brim with 58 wonderful volunteers passionate about ocean and island conservation, and ready for a day of fun out on the water. The volunteers took care of a harbor clean up bright and early before we boarded, making […]

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What better way to celebrate earth day then to spend the day cleaning the earth! The morning started on Kaanapali beach as friends and volunteers gathered  to clean the beach of cigarette butts, plastic bottles and any other tourist trash that could be found. After beach cleaning all the way up to black rock, the […]

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Here’s a question for all of our diehard history and geography buffs out there: What do modern-day Russia, Colonial Spain, the British Empire, the Mongol Empire, and Polynesia all have in common? At one point in history they could all be considered as the largest nation on Earth. Though Polynesia today is a conglomerate of nations […]